|Electronic Filing vs Mail...
When you mail your return to the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, it can
take several days to get there (assuming it doesn't get lost). After it
arrives, your return will probably lay in a stack of incoming mail until it is
sorted. It may lay in another stack to be processed until it is finally
entered on a computer by an Canada Customs and Revenue Agency employee.
You do not receive any acknowledgment that your return has been
filed. Don't forget..... allow another 2-3 weeks after processing if you
have a refund due. In other words, it could take up to 8 weeks to get
your refund when you file your return by mail.
|Electronic Filing Process...
We input your return on our computer and send it
electronically to the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. We will
receive an acknowledgment from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency as soon
as we E-File telling us if your return was accepted. If your return is
rejected, we can contact you for corrections and send it again the same day.
That's it! No mail delays, no processing delays, it's usually done
within 48 hours. You have just removed 2-7 weeks off the old
processing time. If you have a refund due, you should receive it in 2-3
may have your refund deposited into your own checking or savings account.
This is the safest way to receive your tax refund.